2007, Chandigarh, India
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registration must: SC New Delhi, July
In a strong warning to
the police across the country against not registering cases
on complaints filed by citizens, the Supreme Court today
directed all state governments to issue clear instructions
to their police force to make registration of FIRs
‘Transforming’ India faces US aid cut Washington, July 24
The US is set to cut aid to India by 35 per cent in 2008 after the South Asian nation was categorised as a “transforming” country with one of the best-performing economies in the world in a sweeping overhaul of the US foreign assistance programme.
Satyam man abducted Hyderabad, July 24
A top executive of IT major Satyam Computer Services was today kidnapped
from a busy locality in the city under mysterious circumstances.
there be 'no work, no pay' for
New Delhi, July 24
In his farewell address to the nation, outgoing President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam today exhorted citizens to turn India into a developed nation before 2020 where governance is responsive, transparent and corruption-free.
(Details on Nation
OUT & IN: APJ Abdul Kalam with President-elect Pratibha Patil during a dinner hosted by the Prime Minister in New Delhi on Monday. — PTI
11 injured in Sirsa clash Mallewala (Sirsa), July 24
Even after the imposition of the National Security Act, tension further aggravated when 11 persons were injured, including eight Sikhs and three police personnel, as the dera followers allegedly opened fire on Sikhs here today.
airport set to take off Chandigarh, July 24
The Punjab government is all set to
sign an MoU with the airport authority of India to set up an
international airport at Mohali. Led by union civil aviation secretary
Ashok Chawla, a team of senior officers of the AAI will come here on
shot dead by jawan in Baramula Srinagar, July
A jawan of 8 Bihar
Regiment deployed in Gurez, a border location in Baramula
district of Kashmir, shot dead his officer yesterday night.
more to hang Mumbai, July 24
The special court set
up under the Terrorist and Disr- uptive Activities Act to
hear the 1993 Mumbai blasts cases today sentenced three more
persons to death while another was senten- ced to life
Goa Crisis CM wins over rebels Mumbai, July 24
The less than two-month old government of Chief Minister Digambar Kamat in Goa survived a major scare late this evening after three rebel MLAs were prevented from resigning their seats in the Assembly.
The wizard becomes invisible at Lord’s London, July 24
It was a wizard way to spend one’s 18th birthday — and the four days leading up to it. Watching England take on India (and nearly win) at Lord’s.
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